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uncle, worked at martin luther king hospital. he convinced his uncle to break into my personnel file. he got my personnel file and my address, there is no transportation in los angeles -- there is nothing. he took three buses and hitchhiked, making it to my old frame house in venice. i said, why are you here? he said i was in a car and we did drive by and i don't know what to do. you said you would always be there for me. there's the answer and the question. how are we always going to be there for bobby. how are we going to help young people at risk, people who are active, to build new identities? we begin with tattoo removal, legal expunged and and we work on attachment. every individual who wants to avoid being in a gang, who wants to leave the game, they need a role model and mentor, they need someone to be there. there is no single type of person. we need it the merging of former gang members, prosecutors and social workers and public defenders. you have all had that kid. he needs role models, job training, and real jobs. i was happy to hear that in the video, nothing stops the bulle
men were last seen running north on martin luther king avenue. both female victims treatedenin. >> a vigil for a teenager hit and killed last week, she was crossing new york avenue and 1st street northwest. she had a green light. the driver hit her and took off. jackson died onsaturday. >> could be a rough commute heading into the district on wisconsin avenue. a water main broke there, 6:00 in friendship heights. erica gonzalez on the scene with a look at just how long the southbound lanes might be closed. erica. >> reporter: crews from the washington suburban sanitary commission are here. they tell us that this check this out. look at this break. look at the road. this is liable to happen again and again. because of the ground freezing. thawing out. and then this happening. we want to show you video, what happened a few hours ago. this is the scene on wisconsin avenue. water bubbling up on to the road. the cars straight through. the street has been closed. starting at cumberland. and exiting into bethesda. that's what you will run into. looking at a 10 x 12 foot wide hole here
heard people just like him who used similar critiques to say why we shouldn't have a martin luther king jr. holiday, because oh, he was somehow a communist. and look, even the senator, you know, he chooses to keep his state office open on mlk day. if you do the research. so i'm just curious to him, is it okay to be celebrating mlk day? is that okay? can we get your permission? >> sure. there's a big difference. martin luther king -- >> i'm just checking. >> ron karenga was a violent -- >> what about columbus day, senator? did you keep your office open on columbus day? >> well, we all have our offices open on columbus day. right. >> okay. because some people claim that columbus also and columbus day is something that we shouldn't observe because a lot of people died. >> well, columbus was the person who founded america kind of on behalf of the eastern hemisphere and -- >> oh, but you forgot his history, though. >> benefiting from america today -- >> yeah, i think if you asked a lot of native americans they'd be pretty upset about the idea that we celebrate how america ended up -- >> sena
use similar critiques to say why we shouldn't have a martin luther king, jr. holiday because he was somehow a communist and look even the senator, he chooses to keep his office open on mlk day, if you do the research. i'm curious to him is it okay we celebrate mrk day? can we get your permission? >> sure. there's a big difference. martin luther king is -- >> i'm just checking. >> did you keep your office open on columbus day, senator? >> isn't there a big difference? >> did you keep your office open on that day? columbus day? >> we have our offices open on columbus day. >> some people claim that columbus also and columbus day is something that we shouldn't observe because a lot of people died. >> well, columbus was the person who founded america kind of on behalf of the eastern hemisphere and -- >> but you forgot his history -- >> i think if you ask a lot of native americans they would be pretty upset about the idea that we celebrate how america ended up being. >> you can't pick and choose. you can't pick and choose. i'm curious. should we celebrate valentine's day? that was cre
and proclamation. a hundred years later the letter from dr. martin luther king said the entire nation about his extraordinary.... >> 113th congress being sworn in today. a slightly smaller rep lead for republicans here in this. we have a major fight brewing within the next two months as we approach the debt ceiling here in the united states. the battle over spending and spending cuts for the united states. >> severance of the police have named the man arrested in yesterday's crash that killed two people and injured two others. police a 90 year-old david morales is convicted felon who's an active gang member. he's accused of causing a crash as he fled from police after a traffic stop. police say he fit the description of a man who had fired at three people at a housing project. they say he sped off and crashed into a white toyota which hit and killed a pedestrian before slamming into a liquor store at 21st and south of an ass. the 29 year-old woman who was a passenger in the toyota was killed. the 18 year-old driver was badly injured. the other person killed has been identified as 26 year- old a
then got off the bus and ran north on martin luther king avenue. both women are expected to be okay. >>> dozens of candles now sit on the side of the road where a teen died last week. family and friends held a vigil for tarsha jackson last night. the 16-year-old was trying to cross new york avenue at 1st street in northwest last friday when she was hit by two cars. the driver of the second car did not stop. jackson died at the hospital the next day. police are still investigating that accident. >>> in the day ahead, prince george's county police will add more officers on patrol. beginning tonight the department will add 125 officers on the streets to help in the narcotics squad gang unit traffic enforcement and other special teams. the officers will focus on certain areas as part of its transforming neighborhoods initiative. it is part of a month-long initiative to cut crime and get guns off county streets. >>> the virginia supreme court reversed a judge's ruling on negative online reviews. yesterday the state's highest court threw out the injunction issued in fairfax county last mo
got off at martin luther king avenue. both women are expected to be okay. >>> vultures causing problems in leesburg, virginia. take a look here. nearly 200 of the birds have set up nests around mayfair drive and plaza street in the northeast part of the town. police say the waste that the birds leave behind is a health risk. the birds can also damage buildings. starting next week, wildlife experts will try to move the vultures by setting off fireworks using lasers and noisemaker, as well. the daily operations will begin at 4:00 p.m. and last an hour. >>> 5:50. the chesapeake bay appears to be on the mend. the chesapeake bay foundation says the bay's health is improving, giving it a grade of 32 out of 100. in the latest report, it may sound dismal but is a slight improvement from the grade it received in 2010. the chesapeake received a grade of just 23 in the early '80s. this report comes after maryland and virginia announced their identity thefter populations are rebound -- their oyster populations are rebounding. still work to get the chesapeake up to where it should be. >> ab
foems quotes that he loves. and one he uses often, the martin luther king quote, the arc of moral justice is long, but it bends towards justice, and that's certainly applicable in this case. >> and he went up to newtown and delivered a powerful speech and he also met with some kids there. let's put it up and show it to our viewers. there, he's pretty happy there, a great picture that pete sousa took. >> the traveling staff used to say, he was a baby whisperer, because he was drawn to babies in rope lines and backstage, behind the scenes. this was clearly such a great moment in an otherwise sorrow-filled day. and i know some of the siblings of one of the young girls who lost her life are in this photo as well. >> such a nice picture. let's go to the next picture, a very different picture, october 2nd, 2012. the president rehearsing debate preparation. you see ron klain behind the desk. you were involved in the campaign. john kerry played mitt romney. >> he did, almost too well, to the point where he got under the president's skin, because he played him so well. >> did you ever watc
in the future. it's going to be a lot about martin luther king jr. it's the same weekend that the country celebrates him and his leadership. and so when we talked to a lot of people there is a nod and expected to be some omage paid to dr. king. >> jennifer: that's really cool. why are there going to be two swearing in ceremonies? >> it's different. usually this does not happen. there have been a couple of other instances when it dates back to the fact that they have two swearing ins. it's because constitutionally the inauguration or the swearing in of a president is supposed to be january 20th. this year that falls on a sunday, so they're having a small ceremony that will be private. there is press that is allowed. that was clear earlier. and then the big inauguration day with the pomp and circumstance that we think of the backdrop of the capitol with the president and the chief justice swearing him in, that will be that monday. >> jennifer: so there is always a lot of people who are on these inaugural committee lists. my last question for you i know eva longoria is one of the committee c
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